Schumacher: Everything you need to know about the Netflix documentary

It is about the personal and sports life of the multiple champion and can already be seen on the streaming platform.

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It is already available in Netflix the documentary Schumacher, which is about the life of the German pilot Michael Schumacher, both on and off the track. On 112 minutes the film reviews the best and worst moments of his successful sports campaign and also highlights aspects of your personal life, although without delving into its current state of health after the serious ski accident he suffered in 2013.

This documentary, directed by Vanessa nocker, Hanns-Bruno Kammertoens y Michael Wech, has the endorsement of the family and includes testimonies of his wife Corinna and their children, Maria Gina y Mick, current Haas pilot in the F1. In addition, there are also interviews with Rolf y Ralf, father and brother of the seven-time F.1 champion.

Michael SchumacherShort unpublished interviews with Schumi are also included. His contribution on the dramatic weekend of Imola 1994, in which the Austrian died is particularly interesting. Roland ratzenberger and Brazilian Ayrton Senna.

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“Suddenly you see things with different eyes. I drove around Silverstone in a normal car and thought 'At this point I could die, at this point too'. It's incredible, I know the circuit, I've always raced here, but there are many points where you can have an accident and you can die. I did not think about anything else", reflected the Kaiser as he recalled what happened in that fateful Imola Grand Prix.

Michael SchumacherThose who intend to see Michael Schumacher in his current state will waste their time since from the very beginning they insist on the family's decision to preserve the privacy of the pilot. "We protect Michael just like he did us."Corinna explains in the documentary.

Despite this, some aspects are revealed, such as Schumacher's idea of ​​leaving before his time. Méribel, the ski resort where they were spending a few days, because the snow was not in conditions. That talk between the Kaiser and his wife happened just days before the accident that changed the lives of the Schumachers ...

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